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Nature has a song to sing...if we listen.

Whether deep in the ocean, under a starlit sky, or in the heart of a forest, Buzz, Croak, Hiss, and Hoot is a lyrical journey through some of the sounds and wonders of the natural world. Follow the rhythmic cadence of whooshing birds, erupting volcanoes, and whirring insects as young readers discover nature’s sweet song.

• A great gift for curious-minded readers ages three through seven
• A joyful ode to nature
• Encourages kids to listen and explore the sights and sounds around them
• A perfect read-aloud for the classroom, outdoor school, or homeschool

Great for fans of Hear Bear Roar (Eric Carle), Flowers are Calling (Rita Gray), and Slow Down: 50 Mindful Moments in Nature (Rachel Williams)
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Explore Maryland’s wild places and find an abundance of diverse marine life in the Chesapeake Bay, the nation’s largest estuary. Venture further to learn about a remnant boreal fen, mysterious shallow pools, a ribbon of barren land underlain by rare, oceanic rock known for its snakelike appearance, and so much more!

Three highlighted places:
• Finzel Swamp Preserve
• Soldiers Delight Natural Environment Area
• Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge

Focus areas include learning the complexities of a food web in a peatland environment, how the geology of a place can influence what type of plants can grow there, and looking at one of the major stops along the Atlantic Flyway. Activities include playing field detective, bird identification, navigating a blue crab through a water maze, crossword, and more.
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Explore Alabama's wild places and learn about one of the deepest canyons in the southeast United States, an ancient underwater cypress forest, and a lost world full of botanical treasures.

Three highlighted places:
• Little River Canyon National Preserve
• Bibb County Glades Preserve
• Splinter Hill Bog

Focus areas include learning the importance of ecosystems, understanding how a plant's physical characteristics can be used to identify it, and the role of fire in a longleaf pine ecosystem. Activities include a hidden objects puzzle, plant identification, pitcher plant coloring page, word search, and more.